This is an essay about what golding is trying to say abot human nature in lord of the flies
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The book, Lord of the Flies, by William Golding, is based upon his view of humans and human nature. He makes a very convincing argument about human nature. He says that basically all humans have the capacity for good and evil, and human instincts are no different from those of animals. What William Golding is saying about human nature is that at its root it is savage, there are no morals, no right or wrong, only what one needs to do to survive.
First, looking at the setting for the book, one can see that it has its non-civilized qualities. It is an island. There is neither order nor rules.…
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